عنوان مقاله [English]
Bridging among linguistics, social and political sciences, discourse analysis opened up a new horizon to literature. Some theories lean to linguistics, some to social and political sciences. The common idea among them, however, is to explore the socio-political discourses governing the text through exploring the signs. Mauffe and Laclao’s discourse analysis theory is based more on social and political sciences and emphasizes the fluidity of sins. Adonis’s discourse is constituted based on this fluidity, and that is why Mauffe and Laclao’s discourse analysis can prove helpful in studying these items of discourse to achieve the socio-political aims. This study concludes that Adonis's discourse is a discourse of change and reform, and seeks a struggle whose weapon is the power of language. He sees the Arab countries' way out of backwardness as re-reading the concepts of value because he believes that these concepts have historically been contaminated by what the regime has imposed on them. He also concludes that poetry, by persuading people in society to build a better society, turns them into revolutionary subjects. The research method is that different signs are extracted from the poem and in order to answer the research questions according to Laclau and Moff's discourse analysis system, which examines the relationship between signs and also between discourses, analyzes the socio-political impact of Adonis's discourse. It becomes.